Single Professionals Network San Antonio recognizes new board of directors

Single Professionals Network San Antonio’s newly installed 2022-23 board of directors from left include: Sue Logan, president; Dolly Isakson, activities director; Martha Robbins, treasurer and membership; Noey Pena, newsletter editor; Leslie White, vice president and public relations; Lorraine Babcock, secretary; and Susanne Sotack and Margaret Davidson, hospitality. (Courtesy Single Professionals Network San Antonio)
Single Professionals Network San Antonio’s newly installed 2022-23 board of directors from left include: Sue Logan, president; Dolly Isakson, activities director; Martha Robbins, treasurer and membership; Noey Pena, newsletter editor; Leslie White, vice president and public relations; Lorraine Babcock, secretary; and Susanne Sotack and Margaret Davidson, hospitality. (Courtesy Single Professionals Network San Antonio)

Single Professionals Network San Antonio’s newly installed 2022-23 board of directors from left include: Sue Logan, president; Dolly Isakson, activities director; Martha Robbins, treasurer and membership; Noey Pena, newsletter editor; Leslie White, vice president and public relations; Lorraine Babcock, secretary; and Susanne Sotack and Margaret Davidson, hospitality. (Courtesy Single Professionals Network San Antonio)

Single Professionals Network San Antonio, a networking group for singles age 55 and up, celebrated its 34th anniversary April 2 with the installation of its board of directors for 2022-23.

According to a press release, those new board officers are: President Sue Logan, Vice President and Public Relations Head Leslie White, Secretary Lorraine Babcock, Treasurer/Membership Martha Robbins, Hospitality Heads Margaret Davidson and Susanne Sotack, Activities Director Dolly Isakson and newsletter editor Noey Pena.

The release said SPN is a nonprofit organization of single men and women dedicated to “enhancing the lives of its members through fun social events that encourage face-to-face interaction with other singles in the San Antonio area.”

SPN said its main purpose is to “provide an opportunity for singles to make new friends and to have a group of kindred spirits to socialize with on a regular basis.”

SPN members said their organization has been particularly helpful to those who have found themselves suddenly single after the loss of a spouse through death or divorce.



“Our purpose is to have fun and enjoy the company of kindred spirits, to meet others who share a commonality of interests and experiences and to make lasting friendships,” the release said.

For more information on the organization, visit www.SPN-SA.org.

By Edmond Ortiz
Edmond joined Community Impact as a reporter in August 2021, helping to launch new editions in the San Antonio market. Edmond covers various beats in the North San Antonio coverage area. He previously was the main reporter for Local Community News, covering several areas in and around San Antonio, first as a freelancer and then staff member. Prior to that, Edmond was a community news reporter for Prime Time Newspapers and the San Antonio Express-News, including editing two community weeklies. He's a San Antonio native, and studied mass communications at San Antonio College and Texas State University.